EastEnders Ian icon drops set toilet confession as Cindy star makes huge return

EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt revealed he was forced to give his co-star Michelle Collins a helping hand as she had no idea where the ladies' toilets were while on set.

The epic duo made their return to the BBC show last week to reprise their roles as former married couple Ian and Cindy Beale.

After 25 years away from the soap, fans finally discovered the truth behind what happened to Cindy and who Rose Knight actually is.

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But due to her long time away from Albert Square, Adam admitted Michelle never had a clue where the toilets were as she found it difficult to find her way around.

Speaking exclusively about her return at a recent press screening, actress Michelle confessed: "I have to be kind of taken around because I don't know where I'm going. I have no idea where I'm going!"

Chiming in, Adam asked Michelle: "Where did I show you yesterday?"

Confused, Michelle replied: "Where did you show me?"

"You couldn't find the ladies!" Adam explained.

Elsewhere in the interview, Michelle admitted that she previously used to row with Adam non-stop when they worked alongside each other years ago.

However, she admitted that they've both "mellowed" down, now that they are older.

She said: "We talk about what it was like in the old days. We would row coming out of our dressing rooms, we would row going to the set, we would row on set and then we’d row coming off set.

"We spent our whole life kind of squabbling."

However, they both agreed that they are "over that now".

"Both of us have mellowed. I think we’re both just a bit more kind of comfortable in our lives," she explained.

EastEnders viewers have a lot to look forward to in the next few weeks as Executive Producer Chris Clenshaw has promised a number of nail-biting storylines.

He also mentioned that flashes of Cindy's past will also be illustrated on screen.

Talking at the press conference, he said: "What comes quite apparent later in the year when she returns to Walford is it doesn’t take long before we see flashes of the old Cindy Beale and she still has it.

"There is some absolute dynamite between Cindy and Kathy. It doesn’t take long and it’s still the same Cindy at the core – she’s just been on one hell of a journey since we last saw her."

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